Player Bio

Cory Brandon
T #76
Height:
6-7
Weight:
324
College:
Oklahoma
Experience:
1
Offensive Line
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Biography

PRO CAREER: Spent 2011 preseason with Tampa Bay. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Tampa Bay Buccanneers (7/27/11)... Waived by the Bucs (9/3/11)... Signed with Chicago (6/15/12). 2011 SEASON: Spent the preseason with the Tampa Bay Buccanneers. COLLEGE: Appeared in 31 games, making 7 starts over his 5 year career...
PRO CAREER: Spent 2011 preseason with Tampa Bay. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Tampa Bay Buccanneers (7/27/11)... Waived by the Bucs (9/3/11)... Signed with Chicago (6/15/12). 2011 SEASON: Spent the preseason with the Tampa Bay Buccanneers. COLLEGE: Appeared in 31 games, making 7 starts over his 5 year career... Received a medical hardship ruling to preserve a year of eligibility after sustaining an injury his redshirt freshman year. PERSONAL: Finished his senior season with 46 pancake blocks and 30 cuts... First team all-state as a senior... Earned all-area and all-district honors as a junior... Led Corsicana to an 11-2 record as a junior... Recorded more than 80 pancake blocks his junior season.

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